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Exposure!1961080820190728 (BBC7)
20170723 (BBC7)
A sneaky Sunday tabloid is after a school expose. Can Professor Jimmy Edwards fight back?

June Whitfield as Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby as Aubrey Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Roger Shepherd as Lumley
Graham Aza as Figgins
Malcolm Ranson as Marvin
Richard McCarthy Michael Hammond

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1961.

A sneaky Sunday tabloid is after a school expos\u00e9. Can Professor Jimmy Edwards fight back?

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

A sneaky Sunday tabloid is after a school expose. Can Professor Jimmy Edwards fight back?

June Whitfield as Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby as Aubrey Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Roger Shepherd as Lumley
Graham Aza as Figgins
Malcolm Ranson as Marvin
Richard McCarthy Michael Hammond

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

A sneaky Sunday tabloid is after a school expos\u00e9. Can Professor Jimmy Edwards fight back?

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

A sneaky Sunday tabloid is after a school expos\u00e9. Can Professor Jimmy Edwards fight back?

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

A sneaky Sunday tabloid is after a school expose. Can Professor Jimmy Edwards fight back?

June Whitfield as Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby as Aubrey Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Roger Shepherd as Lumley
Graham Aza as Figgins
Malcolm Ranson as Marvin
Richard McCarthy Michael Hammond

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1961.

A sneaky Sunday tabloid is after a school expos\u00e9. Can Professor Jimmy Edwards fight back?

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

From 04/07/19611961070420170618 (BBC7)
20190623 (BBC7)
Sacked over a poetry prize gaff, Professor Jimmy Edwards works hard to get his job back.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Sacked over a poetry prize gaff, Professor Jimmy Edwards works hard to get his job back at Chiselbury School.

June Whitfield.... Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby.... Mr Potter
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
David Lott.... Taplow

With Graham Aza and John Mitchell.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1961.

Sacked over a poetry prize gaff, Professor Jimmy Edwards works hard to get his job back at Chiselbury School. With June Whitfield.

With Graham Aza and John Mitchell.

From 06/06/19611961060620170604 (BBC7)
20190609 (BBC7)
When an attractive French exchange teacher arrives, Professor Edwards is forced to act.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

When an attractive exchange teacher from France arrives at Chiselbury, Professor Jimmy Edwards is forced to act.

June Whitfield.... Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby.... Mr Potter
Joan Sanderson.... The Marchioness
Roy Dotrice.... Dr Sopwith
Frederick Treves.... Soames
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
David Lott.... Taplow

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run"for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1961.

When an attractive exchange teacher from France arrives at Chiselbury, Professor Jimmy Edwards is forced to act. With June Whitfield.

When an attractive exchange teacher from France arrives Professor Edwards is forced to act

When an attractive French exchange teacher arrives, Professor Edwards is forced to act.

From 20/06/19611961062020170611 (BBC7)
20190616 (BBC7)
Professor Jimmy Edwards' financial plans are scuppered unless he can find a wife.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

When faced with a financial shortfall, Professor Jimmy Edwards' plans are scuppered unless he can find a wife...

June Whitfield.... Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby.... Mr Potter
Joan Sanderson.... The Marchioness
Roy Dotrice.... Dr Sopwith
Frederick Treves.... Soames
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
David Lott.... Taplow

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1961.

June Whitfield....Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby....Mr Potter
Joan Sanderson....The Marchioness
Roy Dotrice....Dr Sopwith
Frederick Treves....Soames
Roger Shepherd....Lumley
David Lott....Taplow

June Whitfield.... Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby.... Mr Potter
Joan Sanderson.... The Marchioness
Roy Dotrice.... Dr Sopwith
Frederick Treves.... Soames
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
David Lott.... Taplow

From 30/05/19611961053020170528 (BBC7)
20190602 (BBC7)
When a rival school moves next door to Chiselbury, Professor Edwards wants it closed.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

When a rival school moves next door to Chiselbury, Professor Jimmy Edwards is determined to close it down. With June Whitfield and Arthur Howard.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run"for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1961.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Task Master1961081520190804 (BBC7)
20170730 (BBC7)
Professor Jimmy Edwards finds himself up before the magistrate, accused of excessive use of the cane. With Roddy Maude-Roxby and Frederick Treves.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.
Producer: Edward Taylor
First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1961.

Professor Jimmy Edwards is up before the magistrate, accused of excessive use of the cane.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards finds himself up before the magistrate, accused of excessive use of the cane.

Roddy Maude-Roxby as Aubrey Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Roy Dotrice as Magistrate
Michael Turner as Eamonn O'Reilly
Roger Shepherd as Lumley

With David Lott and Graham Aza.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

Professor Jimmy Edwards is up before the magistrate, accused of excessive use of the cane.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1961.

Professor Jimmy Edwards is up before the magistrate, accused of excessive use of the cane.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards finds himself up before the magistrate, accused of excessive use of the cane.

Roddy Maude-Roxby as Aubrey Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Roy Dotrice as Magistrate
Michael Turner as Eamonn O'Reilly
Roger Shepherd as Lumley

With David Lott and Graham Aza.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1961.

Professor Jimmy Edwards is up before the magistrate, accused of excessive use of the cane.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

The \u00a325 Outing Money1961071120190630 (BBC7)
20170625 (BBC7)
Professor Jimmy Edwards' elevation to PhD status comes at a cost - to someone else!

June Whitfield.... Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby.... Mr Potter
Laidman Browne as Mr. Fowler
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
David Lott.... Taplow

With Harold Berens and Sam Kydd.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1961.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards' elevation to PhD status comes at a cost - to someone else! With June Whitfield.

Professor Jimmy Edwards' elevation to PhD status comes at a cost - to someone else!

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards' elevation to PhD status comes at a cost - to someone else!

June Whitfield.... Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby.... Mr Potter
Laidman Browne as Mr. Fowler
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
David Lott.... Taplow

With Harold Berens and Sam Kydd.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1961.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

The Book Prizes1961082920170806 (BBC7)
20190811 (BBC7)
Professor Jimmy Edwards has to act quickly to save the school prize-giving day. With Joan Sanderson.

June Whitfield as Matron
Roddly Maude-Roxby as Aubrey Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Joan Sanderson as Lady Uppingham
Austin Trevor as Brigadier Lumley
Roger Shepherd as Lumley

With David Lott and Graham Aza.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster Professor James Edwards MA never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1961.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

The Boxing Championship1961071820170702 (BBC7)
20190707 (BBC7)
Professor Jimmy Edwards must deal with outbreaks of shaving and mixed ballroom dancing at school.

Roddy Maude-Roxby.... Mr Potter
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
Frederick Treves.... Alfred Tennyson

With Joan Young, Philip Moran, Graham Aza, David Lott, Heather Bennett, Jennie Lathan and Angela Shade.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1961.

Professor Jimmy Edwards must deal with outbreaks of shaving and mixed ballroom dancing.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards must deal with outbreaks of shaving and mixed ballroom dancing.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards must deal with outbreaks of shaving and mixed ballroom dancing at school.

Roddy Maude-Roxby.... Mr Potter
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
Frederick Treves.... Alfred Tennyson

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

The Burglary1961091920170820 (BBC7)
20190825 (BBC7)
A local burglary turns into a Whitehall farce for Chiselbury School.

Starring Professor Jimmy Edwards.

Harry Locke as Bailey
Roddy Maude-Roxby as Mr. Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Fred Yule as Inspector Matthews
John Graham as Mr. Barlow
Roger Shepherd as Lumley
David Lott as Taplow

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in September 1961.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

The Cricket Pavilion Fire1961091220170813 (BBC7)
20190818 (BBC7)
Cricket ashes of a different kind when the new school pavilion burns down. With June Whitfield.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in September 1961.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Starring Professor Jimmy Edwards

June Whitfield as Matron
Austin Trevor as Brigadier Lumley
Roddy Maude-Roxby as Aubrey Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Roger Shepherd as Lumley

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in September 1961.

The Inspector's Visit1961072520190714 (BBC7)
20170709 (BBC7)
Professor Jimmy Edwards' plans to bribe the boys with a sumptuous meal are all washed up.

June Whitfield.... Matron
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
Frederick Treves.... Alfred Tennyson

With Michael Turner, Graham Aza and David Lott.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1961.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards' plans to bribe the boys with a sumptuous meal are all washed up. With June Whitfield.

Professor Jimmy Edwards' plans to bribe the boys with a sumptuous meal are all washed up.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards' plans to bribe the boys with a sumptuous meal are all washed up.

June Whitfield.... Matron
Roger Shepherd.... Lumley
Frederick Treves.... Alfred Tennyson

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

The Popularity Ballot1961080120170716 (BBC7)
20190721 (BBC7)
Professor Jimmy Edwards hatches an elaborate plan to win a cash prize in a school popularity contest.

With Roger Shepherd, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Michael Turner Graham Aza, Frederick Treves, Michael Hammond, John Mitchell, John Cazabon and Richard McCarthy.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk". Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, MA never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1961.

Professor Jimmy Edwards hatches a plan to win a cash prize in a school popularity contest.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards hatches an elaborate plan to win a cash prize in a school popularity contest.

With Roger Shepherd, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Michael Turner Graham Aza, Frederick Treves, Michael Hammond, John Mitchell, John Cazabon and Richard McCarthy.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Professor Jimmy Edwards hatches a plan to win a cash prize in a school popularity contest.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

This Is Your Life1961092620170827 (BBC7)
20190901 (BBC7)
Scheming school Headmaster Jim needs the cost of an airfare from Australia. Stars Professor Jimmy Edwards and Eamonn Andrews.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Pettigrew, that the school exists at all.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in September 1961.

Scheming Jim needs the cost of an airfare from Australia.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Professor Jimmy Edwards submits a weekly school report

With special guest: Eamonn Andrews

June Whitfield as Matron
Roddy Maude-Roxby as Aubrey Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Roy Dotrice as O'Reilly
Roger Shepherd as Lumley

0201The Russian Visitor1962030120200202 (BBC7)Back from Moscow for the new school term, headmaster ‘Professor’ Jimmy Edwards sets out to impress a Russian dignitary.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr Potter, that the school exists at all.

Staff played by June Whitfield, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Frederick Treves and Edwin Apps

Schoolboys and other horrors: Roger Shepherd , John Coxall, Graham Aza, David Lott, Stuart Anderson and Philip Leavermore.

Special Guest: Roy Dotrice as Bulenkov.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1962.

The Headmaster is intent on impressing a dignitary from Moscow.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Back from Moscow for the new school term, headmaster ‘Professor’ Jimmy Edwards sets out to impress a Russian dignitary.

Staff played by June Whitfield, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Frederick Treves and Edwin Apps

Special Guest: Roy Dotrice as Bulenkov.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

0202Jim's Attempt To Earn Respect1962030820200209 (BBC7)Headmaster Jim is given a week to prove that he has his pupils’ respect.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr. Potter, that the school exists at all.

Staff and pupils played by June Whitfield, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Frederick Treves, John Coxall, Roger Shepherd, Graham Aza and David Lott.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1962.

Headmaster Jim is given a week to prove that he has his pupils' respect.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Starring 'Professor' Jimmy Edwards.

Staff and pupils played by June Whitfield, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Frederick Treves, John Coxall, Roger Shepherd, Graham Aza and David Lott.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

0203The Recording1962031520200216 (BBC7)Headmaster Jim needs to raise £500 for a charitable cause.

Starring 'Professor' Jimmy Edwards.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr. Potter, that the school exists at all.

Staff and pupils played by Roddy Maude-Roxby, Frederick Treves, Roger Shepherd, John Coxall, Philip Leavermore, David Lott, Kenneth Goodge and John Graham.

Special guest stars: Vera Lynn and Harry Lewis as themselves.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1962.

Jim needs to raise \u00a3500 for a charitable cause. With special guest, Vera Lynn.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

0204The Wager1962032220200223 (BBC7)Headmaster Jim needs to employ all of his guile if he is to win a bet.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr. Potter, that the school exists at all.

Staff and pupils played by June Whitfield, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Frederick Treves, Roy Dotrice, John Coxall, Roger Shepherd, David Lott and Philip Leavermore

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1962.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Starring 'Professor' Jimmy Edwards.

0205In For A Dime1962032920200301 (BBC7)Jim sees dollar signs when an American school opens in Chiselbury.

Starring 'Professor' Jimmy Edwards.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr. Potter, that the school exists at all.

Staff and pupils played by June Whitfield, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Frederick Treves, John Coxall, Roger Shepherd, Graham Aza and David Lott.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1962.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

0206The Factory1962040520200308 (BBC7)When Major Prosser takes advantage of rent arrears, Jim has to employ all his wiles to fight against the industrialisation of the school playing fields.

Stars Professor Jimmy Edwards, with June Whitfield, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Frederick Treves, Edwin Apps, Joan Young, John Cazabon, Roy Dotrice, John Coxall and Roger Shepherd.

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and adapted for radio by David Climie.

Produced by Edward Taylor.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1962.

Jim fights against the industrialisation of the school playing fields.

Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School

Starring 'Professor' Jimmy Edwards.

Starting life on BBC TV before transferring to radio, Chiselbury School is run "for the sons of gentlefolk".

Headmaster, Professor James Edwards, M.A. never misses a trick when it comes to exploiting the students and their parents. Sports pitches are given over to growing vegetables, which the boys nurture for their head to sell. Classes never exceed 95 pupils - 50 if private tuition is paid for at five guineas extra. It's only thanks to the efforts of the devoted deputy head, Mr. Potter, that the school exists at all.

Staff and pupils played by June Whitfield, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Frederick Treves, Edwin Apps, Joan Young, John Cazabon, Roy Dotrice, John Coxall and Roger Shepherd

Producer: Edward Taylor